States that are not committed to clean energy and cap-and-trade programs may be in position to undersell NJ on the price of power.
Christie administration renames beleaguered agency 'Office of Planning Advocacy,' puts it under Guadagno's control.
Citing the prospect of higher bills, the state joins 10 others in opposing transmission lines that would bring wind-generated power eastward.
Four New Jersey offshore wind developers are among the founding members of a new alternative energy alliance.
Advocates say abandoned dumps now leaching toxic materials into water supplies would make good sites for solar facilities -- even in Pinelands.
First increase in 34 years would affect some 300 companies working with petroleum products.
State House Commission OKs a deal that allows 23-mile natural gas pipeline to cut through two state parks and a wildlife management area.
Sen. Robert Smith heads up the critical Senate Environment and Energy Committee and helps keep the ‘garden’ in Garden State. When he’s not considering contaminants ...
With costs of healthcare rising, state lawmakers say they won’t count against 2 percent tax cap.
Dedicating more money to commercial energy-efficiency projects should help the Garden State meet the ambitious power reduction targets specified by the Master Plan.
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